Islamic History Podcast
About This Show
My name is Abu Ibrahim Ismail and I'm an Islamic history nerd who goes deep into some of history's most entertaining and amazing stories as it relates to Islam and Muslims.
You're going to hear Islamic history like you've never heard it before. From Prophet Noah to Queen Bilqis. From the Ottoman Empire to the Islamic Caliphate.
If it's about Muslims and it happened in the past, Inshallah, you're going to get it here.
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Bonus: The Schools Of Thought
5 days ago
There are four major Schools of Islamic Jurisprudence in the Muslim world today. Chance are, if you're a Sunni Muslim, you follow one of them. In Arabic, they're called Madhhab. In English, we say "Schools of Thought." They're named after their founders and tend to be dominant in certain areas of the world. The four Schools of Thought are: Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i, and Hanbali. In this bonus episode, we're going to dive into the history of Islamic law. We'll explore how things went from just the Quran and Prophet Muhammad, to these various schools and sects in Islam. Sponsors of this podcast will be treated to an exclusive episode where we discuss the lives of the individual founders and what made their schools stand out. To get this exclusive content, just sponsor The Islamic History Podcast at $4 a month or more at Patreon.com/IslamicHistory. Today's episode was taken from my Islamic studies notes from 2012. I've made them available for everyone, free of charge, on the show notes page to this episode: IslamicLearningMaterials.com/SOT
Rated 4 out of
This brother is very knowledge and eager to increase the history and goodness associated with Islam.
Date published: 2014-06-26
Rated 5 out of
Keep it up!!!
Assalamualaykum, just want to show my appreciation for your excellent podcast about Islamic history. I think your preferred review system is iTunes but I don't use it these days, so dropping you a thank-you here. Please keep it up; I would love to see more history episodes in the months and years to come.
Date published: 2015-08-06